If you're posting pictures to Verizon's Vzwpix.com, beware!
Verizon may, for any reason whatsoever, completely destroy your precious pictures without ANY accountability to you.
For those who want to store their pictures in "le cloud" this is what you're up against. Basically, you do not own your pictures. Companies like Verizon own them, and they may do whatever they please with them.
Just read Verizon's TOS:
"Termination. Verizon Wireless reserves the right in
its sole discretion to restrict your access to the Website and/or
terminate your wireless service without notice for any violation or
threatened violation of this Agreement. Upon voluntary or involuntary
termination of your wireless service, your access to the Website
immediately will be blocked and your content stored on the Website
deleted. Verizon Wireless has no obligation to return or restore deleted
content. This Agreement shall survive termination or expiration of your
Changes. Verizon Wireless reserves the right to
revise this Agreement or impose new conditions at any time. Such
revisions will be effective immediately upon notice by any means,
including, but not limited to, posting on the Website"
Shit, even if you just THREATEN to violate their TOS, they can boot your ass off. So just shut up --- if you don't like Verizon, or they may choose to destroy all of your pictures without warning.
Other parts of Verizon's contract suggest that you can't even sue to get your pictures back. Verizon doesn't give a shit about your precious content. In fact, if you don't log in every so often (a time period they can change at will without any direct notification to you) they have the right to just make your content vanish forever.
So beware... if you are using a cloud storage service to keep your content "safe," in reality you do not have any safety at all. There is no substitute for a local backup copy, as Verizon so clearly demonstrates.